Monique Macdonald

November 3, 2020
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As Office Administrator for RSI, Monique is responsible for managing all functions of the firm’s office environment and administration needs, including liaising with stakeholders, contractors and suppliers, supporting RSI Directors and staff with data management and word processing, maintaining business accounts, licenses, subscriptions, company files and systems. Her duties also include general bookkeeping, sales and marketing support, course and workshop administration and general research support.

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RSI gives keynote

October 31, 2020
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RSI experts Jennifer Go and Daniel Krewski, were recently invited to present a paper on maternal and child environmental heath during a global, virtual workshop originating in Foshan, Guangdong, China.

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Climate Change Hazards Information Portal (CCHIP)

October 2, 2020
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CCHIP is a web-based tool that uses data from 40 of the most recent Global Climate Models (GCMs) and many other sources, to provide defensible, actionable conclusions about changes across a whole array of climate and severe weather-related conditions.

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EPICURE

October 2, 2020
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Risk Sciences International (RSI) is excited to announce the release of Epicure 2.0 for Windows, the first official release of the window-based version of the premiere software for risk regression and person-year tabulation. The following sections provide an overview of the history and functionality of Epicure and highlight some of the new features.

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Risk and Return on Investment Tool (RROIT)

October 2, 2020
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RSI, the Credit Valley Conservation Authority, and additional partners have developed a Risk and Return on Investment Tool (RROIT), a multi flood hazard, turn key tool to help municipalities, property owners and conservation authorities make evidence-based cost-effective decisions to reduce flood and erosion risks under existing and future climate scenarios.

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WHO/FAO Food Safety Risk Analysis Tools

October 2, 2020
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RSI was contracted by the World Health Organization (WHO) and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations over the course of several years to develop a suite of tools to serve the needs of food regulators and the food industry globally. These tools are publicly accessible online at http://www.fstools.org/

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RSI hosts Mitacs intern

September 7, 2020
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Risk Sciences International will host Abdallah Alami as an intern in statistics with support from the Mitacs Accelerate program. This unique university-industry program supports interns at Canadian companies while completing graduate their training at Canadian universities.    Mr. Alami will be completing his MSc in statistics at Carleton University under the supervision…

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ABO RBDM Framework

August 28, 2020
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The Alliance of Blood Operators (ABO) needed a coherent risk management framework to guide decision-making on the delivery of blood services by its member organizations, which would help produce consistent decision-making processes and outcomes across the different national jurisdictional and regulatory structures. The RBDM approach was meant to support a shift in risk decision-making in national blood services organizations from one focused on minimizing all risks to blood quality and supply, with little concern for costs, to a risk-based approach in which resources are allocated according to risk and the application of financial resources and management rigour is proportional to the risk they are addressing.

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Dr. Mattison chairs NAM report

July 24, 2020
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Compounded medications prepared by pharmacists or physicians have been used extensively throughout history as a mainstay of therapeutics.  Over the past half-century – with the increasing focus on evidence based treatment the use of compounded medications substantially decreased.  However, in some therapeutic areas, such as menopause, use of compounded medications…

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Thank You Emma Hartnett

June 15, 2020
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